Manage Awareness Attitude Anxiety Experience and E-learning during COVID-19 Pandemic Evidence from ASU University

Authors

  • Waed R Alahmad
  • Tala H. Sasa
  • Nawal H Bahtiti
  • Rula F Khuzai
  • Wajed R Alahmad
  • Sura I Alayed

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15994

Keywords:

Education, GPA, Anxiety, COVID- 19, prosperity, partnership, E-learning.

Abstract

A statistical study was conducted on the impact of the global epidemic of the COVID-19 virus on
undergraduate students at the Applied Science Private University in Jordan. The items were divided into five
main items; the general knowledge of the epidemic, information among students from a scientific perspective,
the impact of the epidemic on psychological and physical health, the impact on academic achievement, and
the future expectations. The total number of students was 361 students. The results among the items were
positive except for the effect on academic achievement, which was negative. The difference in outcomes
between males and females was slight, also, between colleges. However, the difference was clear between
the school years, it was found that the higher the student in the academic year, the more cognitive analyzes
and awareness of this epidemic. The study found that students had a medium to a high level of anxiety,
and the majority of information on this epidemic was obtained by students from social media and not from
official authorities. An effective partnership of governments and their educational institutions is must ensure
limiting the spread of disease and finding accurate scientific methods to contain problems that arisein society
to ensure prosperity

Author Biographies

Waed R Alahmad

Basic Science Department, Faculty of Science, Applied Science Private University, P.O. Box 166 Amman 11931
Jordan. Assistant Professor in Applied Science Private University. Analytical-Environmental Chemistry

Tala H. Sasa

Lecturer
in Professor in Applied Science Private University

Nawal H Bahtiti

Lecturer in Professor in Applied Science Private University.
Organic Chemistry,

Rula F Khuzai

Associated Professor in Applied Science Private University. Biology Viruses

Wajed R Alahmad

Ministry of
Education, P.O. Box 18, 26111 Jordan. Assistant Professor in Ministry of Education,

Sura I Alayed

Business Administration
Department, College of Administrative and Financial Sciences, Saudi Electronic University, P.O. Box 93499
Riyadh 11673 Saudi Arabia. Assistant Professor in Saudi Electronic University. Business Administration

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Waed R Alahmad, Tala H. Sasa, Nawal H Bahtiti, Rula F Khuzai, Wajed R Alahmad, & Sura I Alayed. (2021). Manage Awareness Attitude Anxiety Experience and E-learning during COVID-19 Pandemic Evidence from ASU University. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 4456-4468. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15994

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